CCI promotes and supports northern and polar research at the University of Alberta, serving faculty, students, residents of circumpolar regions, government, industry and the general public.
From issues of governance and resource development to concerns over health and food security, and to fundamental questions over education and infrastructure, the importance of Canada’s North and the Arctic continues to grow. More
First-ever exhibit of UAlberta collection highlights diversity and resilience of Inuit culture.
European Union centre at UAlberta broadens opportunities for research and education on multiculturalism, sovereignty and citizenship.
Three UAlberta engineering students journeyed to the hamlet of Pangnirtung, Nunavut, this summer to help with flooding and energy conservation issues.
Public Panel Discussion on Canada-EU Arctic Dialogue: Resource Development and Governance
May 1, 2015, 5pm at Saskatchewan Room, Faculty Club
Northern Research Day
March 25 - 9am-5pm - Tory 3.36
Congratulations to Justin Beckers (graduate student, EAS), recipient of the 2015 George Hobson Award
Lecture by Dr Michal Luszczuk, Maria Curie Sklodowska University in Lublin (Poland)
on February 23 at 5pm, Humanities Centre 2-11
“The Changing Arctic and the European Union”
Lecture by Dr Adriana Craciun, University of California, on February 25 at 3pm
"The Disaster of Franklin: Victorian Exploration in the 21st Century Arctic"
Cameron Student Travel Fund Application Deadline - March 1, 2015
Ashley and Janet Cameron Travel Fund
Cameron Research and Education Seed Fund Application Deadline - March 1, 2015